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Bordeaux is a French car manufacturer in the HD Universe.

Description

Bordeaux is based on the real life companies Renault, Peugeot and Citroën. Its name is a reference to the city in France. The logo is a Celtic Symbol that is used on the flag of the city.

Vehicles

Image Vehicle Style Based on (HD Universe)
Renault Clio-vehicle

The Annie RS.

Annie RS Front-wheel-drive executive car Renault Clio
Antoinette-veh

The Antoinette sketch.

Antoinette Supermini 1966 Citroën DS, Mafia II Chaffeque XT
Bordeauxb34

The B34.

B34 Formula car Renault R24
Bordeaux concept

The Blanc.

Blanc Racing car Renault Alpine
Exodus

The Exodus sketch.

Exodus 2-doors sports car Peugeot Oxia
Bordeaux Faire43-1

The Faire 43

Faire 43 Large family car Peugeot 405
GardenShed-GTAO

The Garden Shed

Garden Shed Front-engine, front-wheel-drive economy car 1967 Citroën 2CV
Gueulard-vehicle

The Gueulard sketch.

Gueulard Front-wheel-drive executive car 1984 Citroën CX
Marseille-vehicle

The Marseille sketch.

Marseille Compact city car 1997 Peugeot 406
Martinique-vehicle

The Martinique sketch.

Martinique Large family car Peugeot 505
1024px-1997 Renault Laguna RT 2.0 Front

The Maurice.

Maurice 5-door estate Renault Laguna
Merci-vehicle

The Merci sketch.

Merci Compact city car Renault Twingo
Misato-vehicle

The Misato sketch.

Misato Sports car Alpine A310
1024px-Renault Alpine A 110 (Sp)

The Monaco.

Monaco Vintage sports car Alpine A110
Renault Dezir (9820538605)

The Mystere

Mystere Electric concept car Renault DeZir
2010-Citroen-Metropolis-Concept-Car-Pics-7-Car-Wallpaper

The Nibiru

Nibiru Concept sports car Citroen Metropolis Concept
799px-Peugeot 908 Nr1 Spa 2010

The Trebuchet

Trebuchet Racing car Peugeot 908 HDi FAP
Voyager-vehicle

The Voyager sketch.

Voyager Minivan Renault Espace
VoyagerGp1-vehicle

The Voyager GP1 sketch.

Voyager GP1 Sports minivan Renault Espace F1

The author created this brand by mistaking the phrase "Bordeaux Bodhi" (which belongs to Trevor) for the Canis beta name and claiming the new fanon manufacturer with the same name. Later turned out that the word "Bordeaux" just meant the color of the pickup but one of the cars was already assigned to this manufacturer and the public accepted it.

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